Wilshere Injured For 2-3 Months




It seems nothing is going Arsenal’s way. After a terrible start to the Premier League with just a point from 3 matches and losing their key players, Arsenal now loose Jack Wilshere for further 2 months due to an ankle injury. Wilshere who was sidelined during most of summer and for the opening games of Arsenal will now have to wait for another two months to get footballing action. Wilshere played well for Arsenal last season and made himself a key member of Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal side and also the England national team. This injury is massively frustrating for the 19 year old youngster and he has vowed that he will make up for the lost time on the pitch.

Jack Wilshere injured for 2-3 months

Jack Wilshere injured for 2-3 months

Wilshere picked up the injury while playing for Arsenal in the Emirates Cup against New York Red Bulls. He limped off after just 7 minutes. But the forecast was that Wilshere will be out for 2-3 weeks to the most. But now he will have to wait till November. Wilshere said – “I can confirm I will be out for around 2-3 months! I am working hard in the gym to stay fit and I am gutted but I will be back stronger.”

The injury will force Wilshere to miss crucial matches for both England and Arsenal. He will be missing the Euro qualifiers against Montenegro and also miss the opening Champions League group matches for Arsenal. Wilshere’s England and Arsneal teammate Theo Walcott said – “Jack’s a very important player for us. It’s a shame he’s had this ankle problem. But he’s a bright lad – he’ll be back as soon as he can. Fingers crossed it’s going to be a bit sooner than that. He’ll have to get back as soon as possible. We’re going to miss him but he’s professional enough to get on with it.”

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